An entertainer on stage performing in front of a crowded room at Theatre Deli.
Four people are sat at a wooden table, having a drink and enjoying themselves at Escape.

Groups come in all shapes and sizes, and fun comes guaranteed

It doesn't matter whether you're a group of friends or a coachload of strangers who'll make friends on the way - a visit to Sheffield, whether for a day or a short break, is sure to bring you closer.  Great shared experiences cement friendships for life. It might take a bit more pre-planning for you to stick together so remember to check out pre-booking options, particularly for timed activities and eating together.     

Guided Walks & Tours

Guided walks and tours are a great way of finding out more about the city.  You'll either be led by an enthusiastic local who wants to share their love of Sheffield or guide yourself by following maps and trails prepared by people who know the city inside out. 

Sheffield Cycle Tours

Sheffield Cycle Tours provides tours for cyclists who wish to learn about the history and culture of Sheffield.

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Kelham Island Walks

Kelham Island Walks bring to life the history of one of Sheffield’s first industrial districts. With a choice of different walks, you can discover fascinating stories about the history of the area, its buildings, its art and people, as well as what makes the area tick today.

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Kelham Island Walks - The Chimney House in Kelham Island. Kelham Island Walks - The Chimney House in Kelham Island.

Sheffield City Walking Tours

The tours can start and finish at a city centre location of your choice.

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Sheffield Outdoor Escape Game - The Secret City

Murder on the Don

Get ready for an interactive, puzzle-filled tour with this Outdoor Escape Game in Sheffield – Murder on the Don.

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Kelham Island Food Tours

Kelham Island is full of indie restaurants, cafes and bars.  Real ales and craft beers are brewed amidst the repurposed factory buildings.  Taste your way around the area! 

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Treasure Hunt Sheffield

Download the maps and find the treasures of Sheffield's best buildings and places to see. 

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Steel City Walking Tour

A walk through the city centre looking at the history of Sheffield. Your guide will help reimagine Sheffield Castle, the prison of Mary Queen of Scots, and learn of its destruction.

Steel City Walking

Sheffield: A Civilised Place

Sheffield is a civilised city and this walk shows something of how this has been achieved. You will see buildings and structures, various forms of transport and the bridges they need. All designed and constructed by engineers applying science and using engineering principles.

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Home of Football: Walking Tour App

Want to delve more into the Sheffield's football heritage? Sheffield: The Home of Football walking app is completely FREE to download and will take you on a tour of 10 historic footballing hot spots in the city.

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Stan Shaw Little Mesters Heritage Trail

This free app is a walking trail around Sheffield exploring the life of Stan Shaw, the world-famous cutler, as well as locations relevant to Sheffield’s rich knife-making heritage.

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Group Activities

If you're fancying something more interactive or maybe the group of mates you're with are celebrating something that's worthy of a bit of competitive fun, try some of these...

Ringinglow Archery & Target Sports

Get competitive with a whole load of target sports to choose from, all in beautiful countryside surroundings on the edge of the city. Take on the full Wild West Experience Challenge and have a crack at the Bow & Arrow, Winchester Rifle and Tomahawks.

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The Great Escape Game

Test your wits in Sheffield's immersive escape room experiences. Choose your team and then choose from a number of games, ranging from magical to scary. Will you beat the clock and get out in time?

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SUP & Kayaking

Join DC Outdoors for an urban adventure along Sheffield's waterways. Activities like stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking are a great way to see the city from a different perspective and a fun way to bond as a group. 

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Shuffle Shack

Located in the depths of Picture House Social, Shuffle Shack is Sheffield's first Shuffle Bar with a game that's kinda like curling. Don't worry, they’ll teach you and once you’re hooked it’s hard to quit.

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Lane 7

Ten-pin bowling with a difference! Add cool bar aesthetic, neon lighting, beer pong, ski ball, air hockey, arcade games, plus bangin' street food and Lane 7 has your night out sorted. 

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Golf Fang

Seriously crazy golf! Expect 18 holes of pure entertainment in an environment surrounded by bespoke art, complete with an amazing atmosphere, DJs, cocktails and street food.

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Where for dinner?

Eating out with a group should be a memorable experience, a time to laugh together and make plans for your next adventure. Take a look here at at some of the places we know you'll all love.  


Super stylish Japanese restaurant you won't want to miss

Choose the table service All You Can Eat menu or the A La Carte. You will not be disappointed. The service is as good as the food.  


The Furnace

This modern and vibrant bar and restaurant has a fabulous outdoor terrace

Whether you choose drinks on the terrace or dining in the modern interior of The Furnace, its a surefire winner with everyone.

The Furnace
A group of four people eating outside at The Furnace in Sheffield.

The Botanist

Explore a secret garden of food and drink

Antiquities and trinkets hang from the walls whilst resident botanists craft unusual concoctions.  

The Botanist
Inside The Botanist  in Sheffield.

Sheffield Plate

Street food styling gives everyone a choice

With 6 street food vendors serving food from across the globe and 2 bars serving an array of drink, everyone will be happy.

Sheffield Plate
Inside the food hall Sheffield Plate  at Orchard Square in Sheffield city centre.


Finest modern British Cuisine with a strong Yorkshire influence

Add the best of local supplies to a hint of fine dining and a relaxed atmosphere you're onto a hit straight away. Throw in an option for private dining for up to 14 people and the deal is done. No contest. 



A Michelin guide listed restaurant in a shipping container tells you there's nothing traditional about Jöro

Perfect for small groups, the Jöro style is small plates and tasting menus as unique as the shipping containers where it's housed.    

Inside the restaurant Jöro, in Sheffield. The décor is understated but modern.